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A. Compute the covariance.

B. Compute the coefficient of correlation.

C. Which do you think is more valuable in expressing the relationship between calories and sugar -the covariance or the coefficient of correlation? Explain.

D. What conclusions can you reach about the relationship between calories and sugar.

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